UFO expert Jeremy Corbell says at least 100 crafts from out of this world swarmed a fleet of Navy warships, pushing back against a Naval chief who told Congress it was just drones.
The Supreme Court ruled to restrict the Environmental Protection Agency in setting emission standards for greenhouse gasses. In a 6-to-3 decision, the court sided with the coal industry and 17 states that challenged rules put in place by the Obama administration and continued by the Trump administration that limited carbon emissions in each state. States met those limits by using less coal and more alternative energy sources like solar. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
A new study suggests if you can’t stand on one leg for 10 seconds it may mean you won’t live another 10 years. Medical researchers monitored hundreds of volunteers who agreed to do the 10-second challenge every year for 7 years. They found that those who failed the test died sooner than those who passed. People are now posting videos of themselves trying out the 10-second balance challenge.
As millions gear up to watch fireworks light up the night sky on the Fourth of July, experts are warning to be careful when using and near fireworks. Over 15,500 injuries and 18 deaths were reported in 2020 over firework accidents. That’s a 50% increase since 2019. To stay safe this holiday weekend, experts say keep a safe distance between yourself and the fireworks. Also, young children should not be given sparklers while unsupervised.
A California teen did a good deed by driving to a woman’s house to return a lost purse. Melina Marquez says a teenager found the purse in a shopping cart at a grocery store. The driver’s license inside belonged to her friend, Eliana Martin, who used to live with her, but hadn’t updated her address. They posted the doorbell video to social media hoping to find the teen. Adrian Rodriguez, 17, reached out to identify himself as the good Samaritan. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.
After working 27 years at a Las Vegas Burger King, Kevin Ford received a goodie bag for never missing a single day of work. He proudly showed off his bag filled with Reese’s candies, pens, two rolls of Life Savers and more on social media. That video was seen by more than two million people. Now, a GoFundMe page his daughter created for him received over $215,000 in donations rewarding Ford for his hard work.
The World’s Ugliest Dog contest returned to Petaluma, California on Friday (June 24) after a two-year absence due to the pandemic, and the crowned winner looks more like an alien than a dog, according to the rescue shelter where he was retrieved. “Mr. Happy Face” came all the way from Arizona, with his owner, musician Jeneda Benally, who calls herself his emotional support human. Judges were taken by the unique looking dog. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.